I completed my BA (Honours - 1st class) at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Western Australia, in 2007, with a double major in history and philosophy. I went on to study a PhD in Church History at Murdoch University under Professor Rowan Strong, which I completed in 2012. I have taught Church history, theology and philosophy at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Murdoch University, the Centre for Faith Enrichment, and Sheridan College. In early 2016 I took up the position of Lecturer in Church History at the Catholic Institute of Sydney.
My research interests focus on High Church Anglicanism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, John Henry Newman and the Oxford Movement.